As she celebrated her friend Samantha Brett’s SPF brand Naked Sundays opening at Mecca on Sunday, Jodi Gordon exuded sophistication.
Outside of the store in Sydney, the 36-year-old struck up a pose with models Cheyenne Tozzi and Laura Csortan, wearing a white blazer and glittering black leggings.
The Home and Away actress accessorized her stylish ensemble with a colorful bracelet and sneakers, as well as a pair of sunglasses attached to her shirt.
Jodi kept her hair in a stunning up-do for the informal outing and added a touch of makeup to accentuate her striking features.
Meanwhile, Cheyenne, an Australian model, and singer looked stunning in a floor-length black gown that fell wonderfully across her slim body.
Her hair was styled in wonderful beach waves, and she used a smokey palette to draw attention to her eyes.
Cheyenne chose for a more laid-back look with her footwear, choosing for a pair of comfortable flat shoes while posing for the camera.
Age-defying Laura Csortan, 44, wore a black cropped blouse with a matching skirt that showed off her never-ending pins to the camera.
She completed her ensemble with a pair of strappy shoes and a casual wavy hairstyle.
Samantha Brett, the face of the new Australian SPF brand and a Channel Seven reporter, looked equally lovely in a white dress with a flattering cut-out feature on the side.
The outdoor event was held to commemorate the brand’s debut in 60 Mecca stores on Sunday.
Samantha informed the Daily Mail Australia about her business recently, stating she was inspired to start it after seeing her coworkers having skin cancer removed from their faces.
Samantha explained that she kept her name off the brand until a month ago because she wanted the product to grow naturally on the market.
‘At the time, I didn’t tell anyone because I wanted the brand and products to speak for itself.’ She explained, “I never wanted it to be a founder-label thing.”
‘As a news reporter, I spend a lot of time on the road, outside, in the sun for hours on end, and we wear a lot of makeup, so I could never find a sunscreen I could wear under my makeup, let alone top-up sunscreen.’
Samantha said she had watched two of her coworkers have skin tumors removed, which prompted her to look for the greatest SPF protection available.
‘Recently, two of my pals, coworkers, had skin cancer removed from their faces, which is huge for a news writer. And it made her think, ‘There has to be a better way,’ she explained.
Pip Edwards, Martha Kalifatidis of MAFS, and Natasha Oakley all use her products, which include the SPF 50+ Hydrating Glow Mist ($39.95) and the SPF50+ Collagen Glow 100 percent Mineral Lotion ($39.95).